Deputy Head of Czech Bar Association nominated for constitutional judge

Czech President Miloš Zeman on Tuesday nominated David Uhlíř, the deputy head of the Czech bar Association, for a judge of the Constitutional Court. The nomination has to be approved by the Senate within the next two months. David Uhlíř has been working as a lawyer since 1979, specializing mainly in civil and business law. He is also teaching at the Faculty of Law at the Charles University in Prague.

Author: Ruth Fraňková